Podcast.co partner with Stereotype to Open New York Studio
PRESS RELEASE — May 30, 2019
Podcast.co continue to run at full steam with the opening of a second studio.
Working with strategic consultant Phineas Ellis and podcast host Courtney Kornegay, the studio is the brand’s first physical dip into the US. The new studio is based in downtown Manhattan in New York’s Lower East Side district and will be open for business from June 1st.
But why NYC? James Mulvany - founder of Podcast.co - was keen to point out that “New York City has always been the world capital when it comes to creativity, music and business” adding that Podcast.co are “delighted to announce the availability of high end podcast facilities in the US to enable creators and brands to produce & share their stories on a deep level using the power of audio.”
The studio itself is a co-branded partnership between Stereotype studio and Podcast.co.
Speaking on why the decision to open a new studio alongside Podcast.co was made, co-founder of Stereotype Studio Phineas Ellis says that “[we] hope to give a voice to those who have something to say, but don’t yet have the platform”, marking an exciting new endeavour for the young entrepreneur and a natural decision for Podcast.co founder James Mulvany.
Mulvany has added that “the Stereotype studio will provide an excellent quality resource which not only offers a home for existing podcasters looking for a place to record, but the value added services we offer from initial concept to editing, production and distribution via our world class platform allows a breed of fast moving brands to connect with audiences, save time & deliver ROI on their marketing.”
Scheduled to open on the 1st of June, prices at Stereotype start at $100 for an hour of professional recording to up to $400 for four hours, allowing you to record your podcast in bulk for those with a busy schedule. Want to know more about the studio? Consultations are free and are available to book via the website now.
About Stereotype Studio
The Studio is located in downtown Manhattan at 195 Chrystie street. It will focus on launching new podcasts for New York based individuals and brands.
For more information and to book, visit the website and check out Stereotype’s Instagram.
Podcast.co has launched a new platform to make podcast hosting, distribution and monetisation easier. Aimed at podcasters, brands and agencies looking to engage with the audio revolution, the platform has been engineered from the ground up to be simple to use yet powerful.
Podcast.co was created by the same team as broadcasting platform Radio.co - who work with clients including MC Saatchi, Unicef, the United Nations, Whiskas, Soho Radio, Primavera Sound and Vice Magazine. The platform has grown to power over 4500 radio channels in less than 3 years and distributes audio to more than 15 million people per day.
Clients already working with Podcast.co include IFL TV, Tap Management, CO-OP, Famehouse, Tap Management, LUYA, Kings Chambers, Slater Heelis, Book of The Future, The People’s History Museum, Intern Magazine, Manchester Digital, Tech for Good & more.
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